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Need a good PHP/Javascript Calendar - Outlook style, database fed entry

Posted on 2012-04-06
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I need a good PHP/Javascript based Outlook style calendar where the events that show up are stored in mySQL database.

It also needs to have recurring entry available - tried one but this part did not work correctly.  Can't remember which one that was, though.  I remember it had a cal.php and calApp.php.

Needs admin section (login) and skins, also.
Oh yeah - it needs to be free, too.

I only trust you guys!
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Suggest you make a Google search for "PHP/Javascript based Outlook style calendar" and start your learning process with the examples there.  You may find some good answers in the first two pages.  I have my own calendar modules that I wrote years ago, so I have been lazy about upgrading to a jQuery solution, but that seems to be one of the popular ways to go today.
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/806212/outlook-style-events-calendar-for-project-based-on-mvc-framework
http://www.hotscripts.com/blog/7-ajax-javascript-calendar-scripts/
http://www.web2cal.com/
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Never mind - I found that the calendar I liked was Lucid.  It didn't work at the time, got a new download and now it works.
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Thanks for trying!
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